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... a timely jest or in bad taste? It riding a 30 lb. bike with bad brakes bike up (and then down) steep Oahu climbs good training or a death wish? Will Lori get sick of my infatuation with Tanya and throw her out before our time on the island is over? Tune in later to find out... Aloha!
Yep- Dan found another reason to buy yet ANOTHER bike!!!
... chez nous, un dragon de Komodo nous tirant la langue et, à cause du temps qui était à la fois ensoleillé et pluvieux, des arcs-en-ciel.
Nous avons aussi découvert Yogurtland, un bar à yogourt glacé libre-service. À l’entrée, tout le monde reçoit une couple de petits gobelets pour goûter quelques-unes des nombreuses saveurs offertes. J’ai fini par essayer trop de saveurs avant de me faire une idée ...
... water. It was pretty quiet when we got there. The most notable occupant being a large male sea lion that had decided to haul itself out of the water for a snooze :-) We took full advantage of the space and the nice weather and followed his lead :-) The next morning was not an early start as after we left the beach the day before, we discovered a bar with a happy hour that lasted 6 hours(!!!) and offered $2 Mai Tai's... We felt as it was our first night in paradise we should fully ...
... any bags such as handbags, backpacks and camera bags into the bases for these tours. They stopped short of Xray machines.
Pearl Harbour is connected to Oahu via a bridge. In the past, Pearl Island was separate to Oahu and you get from Oahu to Pearl Island via boat. Housing for the military is situated in surrounding areas. The US military has a huge presence in Hawaii and much of the Hawaiian economy derives from the spending of the service ...
... people to rent and you can also order drinks and food if you want. Trace and I just grabbed a patch of sand and watched the people walking past.
A few points about Waikiki.
1. It was originally swamp land that was used to grow rice and the like
2. They dug a canal around the back of it that drained the swamp
3. If the sand in the photos looks familiar it should, they imported the sand from Australia and California
4. The ...